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My advise is that they know all the derivative rules and trigonometric functions before learning integral because you will find it hard to learn integration without these. Also you shouldn’t delay taking Cal 2 right after cal 1 since you might forget about the thing you learn in cal 1. Other thing, if students don’t understand they should ask for some help from professors. Prof. Reitz is very helpful or go to the learning center ]]>

The material covered in Calc2 is vast, that is why it is impossible to cover each topic in detail in class. I would say one of the most important things to do – is to practice at home….and yeah, I agree with alamin163, review trigonometry – it really helps, because you’ll be doing a lot of simplification involving trig functions. ]]>

I agree with you, finding someone to bang heads with is better than banging your head alone. Sooner, hopefully shorted than later, one of you will stumble on the correct idea, and there is that moment of magic ” I have it “, It feels so good. Then comes the next problem and here we go again, brain freeze.

]]>I totally agree with you that group work works all the time. I also find it very helpful.

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